White Raven Law
White Raven Law Corporation

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Position Title: LITIGATION SUPPORT MANAGER

 

Supervisor: G.L. Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson

October, 2018

SUMMARY

Responsible for overall support of all litigation support information technologies, litigation cases, databases and e-discovery.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assist the lawyers with the development and management of all litigation support, document and practice management information technologies; provide guidance on best practices for same.

  • Direct and supervise litigation support staff.

  • Perform and manage e-discovery and the preparation of exhibits for discoveries and trial.

  • Supervise, and where necessary, assist with the tombstoning/cataloguing of documents.

  • Supervise, and when necessary, assist in the imaging and loading of electronic documents and audio-visual resources.

  • Supervise the organization and management of hard copy collections, from initial receipt to potential filing as archival material.

  • Train, and/or oversee the training of, litigation support personnel and lawyers in database and record management programs.

  • Provides support to lawyers on litigation support technologies, e-discovery and client reporting matters.

  • Other projects or duties as assigned by supervisor.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

  • Completion of a Paralegal Diploma Program and/or technology related field with 5 years or more of litigation support and supervision of litigation support staff.

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience with litigation support software and law office management software; knowledge of Eclipse IPro, Prolaw and ESI Law are assets.

  • High level of accuracy and demonstrated attention to detail. Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks under time constraints. Thorough, dependable, punctual and a commitment to work in a team environment, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

  • Excellent working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and library databases.

  • General understanding of the history and culture of the Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Canada.

*This Job Description will be reviewed and may be changed upon successful completion of the probationary period of employment.

 

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